Customer projects

Stone construction
The Dunbar deck
The Smith cottage
The Killborn home
Olmstead Jeffrey lake property
The Kovaks home
The Yakabuski home
The Lambert home
The Reeves home
The Schroeder house
The Ringuette garage
The Steege house
The McLaughlin house
The Els house
The Greene house
The Craig house
The Cotie farm
The Dube house
The Van Gelder house
The Delong house

Wood construction
The Robertson house

The Steege House
The shoemakers kids

Erosion control
The Meadows house
The Kropf house
The Tomkinson house

Water Features
The Lipton house
The shoemakers kids

Simon Tunley.


The Meadows House, Ottawa River shoreline, Westmeath

Shoreline properties often have erosion issues because of water from both river and road. This driveway doubles as a water runoff conduit, and a paving solution had to accommodate this double function. The selection of turfstone for the driveway created a durable and porous road surface which was then bordered by 6" limestone pavement to ensure nothing moved under the onslaught of runoff, freezing and (see picture at bottom) the odd loaded dump truck.

Permeable Turfstone stabilizes an eroding boat launch driveway. The lower limestone deck secures the driveway against runoff erosion. Access to the river is only available beside house. Problems of winter drainage threaten foundations
Meadows. River access, fuel access and relaxation are all supported in this unique design. Meadows. Multiple uses of this area have restrained development
Order is created by following the lines of the building roof. Underground drainage ensures that water does not pool in the carport. Something was not right about this highly functional arrangement once the carport was built.

"Simon. Greetings! How are you doing? We recently had the weeping bed replaced, and many, many trucks loads came down the driveway. Very little damage to the stones, they stood up well. Regards. – john & Rose